Save time and money by batch cooking freezer meals — Diet Doctor Explores
This situation is all too common, but it doesn’t have to cause anxiety. By batch cooking and freezing meals ahead of time, you can have food on the table in minutes. All you have to do is grab your pre-made meal out of the freezer and reheat it. Boom, bam, done!
In this week’s episode of Diet Doctor Explores, I’ll share which foods are best to freeze and how to freeze them so that they taste fresh (and not freezer burnt) when you go to serve them.
For even more tips, check out Diet Doctor’s full freezer meal prep guide, where we go into detail about batch cooking. What is it? How can you do it? Which recipes can you make? This guide answers all of these questions — and more.
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Links mentioned on the video
Italian keto meatballs with mozzarella cheese
Tomato sauce, rich and comforting. Mozzarella, fresh and creamy. Meatballs, with just the right touch of onion and oregano. It’s like spaghetti night, without the carbs.
About Kristie Sullivan
If you haven’t met Kristie, she’s been part of the Diet Doctor team since 2017. When she first joined us, she contributed articles and shared recipes (and still does!). Kristie also has two seasons of cooking shows, Cooking Keto with Kristie season one and season two.
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